Mason's Guild

Highly skilled craftsmen, their trade was most frequently used in the building of castles and temples. However, a mason’s guild was not linked to just one town as the members of the masons guild had to move to where building was required. Unlike the other guilds, to be considered a master in this guild, one must apprentice for at least 15 years. When the mason moved on to a new job, the apprentice would move with him. When a mason felt that his apprentice had learned enough about the trade, he would be examined at a Mason’s Lodge. If he passed this examination of his skill, he would be admitted to that lodge as a master mason and given a mason’s mark that would be unique to him. Once given this mark, the new master mason would put it on any work that he did so that it could be identified as his work.

Mason's Guild

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